On this week’s episode of The Ugly Truth Podcast, Peter Salerno and George Markoski talk about laughter therapy. Do you find yourself getting stressed during the day? Do you find it hard to unwind? Do you know stress kills? All of this is explored during the episode. Peter also talks about the work of Patch Adams, American physician, comedian, social activist, clown, and author. He founded the Gesundheit! Institute in 1971. The 1998 film Patch Adams, in which Robin Williams played Adams, portraying his life and views on medicine, as an alternative therapy for the mind and the true power of laughter.
RETIRING on your property portfolio may be easier than you think and could cost as little as a cup of coffee a day, according to an Adelaide-based investor George Markoski. But there’s one catch. If you’ve been chasing the great Aussie dream of living in your own home, you’re about to be disappointed. According to Adelaide local and author of Positive Property Blueprint, George Markoski, successful property investment doesn’t start with the purchase of a family home, but rather an investment property. George Markoski retired on a property portfolio of 10 properties at age 37, and a passive annual income of $180,000. When George first started investing in property, he accumulated five houses, but soon realised that it takes more than just buying property to get ahead. He had invested in the wrong areas and it was beginning to take its toll. He was working seven days a week, trying to pay off the mortgages, using old-school negative gearing methods. He knew there had to be a better way. He finally came up with a way of buying the right kind of properties, in the right kind of areas for only $30 a week, the cost of only one cup of coffee a day. This method became known as The Positive Property Blueprint. The benefits of buying an investment property are enormous but you still need to really learn how to do it, during this podcast George discusses the three main secrets to his success, and how to continue making money in property no matter what happens in the economy. To find out more visit www.positivepropertysolution.com.au
Brutal, cruel, ruthless dictatorship; these are just some of the words you would use to describe North Korea and what happened to 22 year old American student Otto Warmbier. On this weeks episode of “The Ugly Truth Podcast” George Markoski interviews Mitch Miller, Director at Opposed Media Co on his recent experience in North Korea. Mitch went to North Korea at the start 2018. Why would anyone go to such a country? Well, Mitch was seeking answers- answers about what exactly happened to Otto Warmbier and the truth about what North Korea is really like. - In March 2016 American student (Otto Warmbier) only 22 year old was held prisoner in a North Korean jail for 17 months! After his release back to the USA (in a coma) he died less than a week later, from lack of oxygen and blood to the brain. Otto Warmbier's death on June 19 was due to an unknown injury that occurred more than a year before his death. Mitch reports the truth about North Korea and what really happened to American student Otto. Find out all this and more on this week’s episode of “The Ugly Truth”
This week’s episode on The Ugly Truth Podcast, George Markoski interviews Leonie Hampton about her '10 Vipassana'. Leonie Hampton is a Happiness Mentor at Supercoolhappyxxx. 'Vipassana' is a 10 Day Silent Meditation Course. No speaking, no WIFI and no creature comforts for ten days! Leonie shares her journey and her profound experience of ten days without a single peep. Vipassana originated from Burmese monk named Medawi in 1728. The Vipassanā movement, also referred to as the Insight Meditation Movement, stems from a number of branches of modern Theravāda Buddhism designed to attain awakening. The technique of Vipassana meditation is a practical way to achieve peace of mind and live a happy, productive life. It is learned by attending a 10-day residential course with a qualified teacher where the student is free from distractions so that the reality within can be observed. This technique helps practitioners come out of suffering.